Somerset County Parks and Recreation
Our destination bursts with natural beauty that makes it an idyllic setting for playing outdoors. Breathtaking parks and gardens, both community and private. Superb equestrian centers and country clubs. Highly rated and popular golf courses. Action-packed possibilities for a broad spectrum of sports, including professional baseball. Get moving—and start exploring Somerset County.
Lord Stirling Stable offers a full complement of horseback riding activities for riders of most ages and abilities, including: • Introductory rides • Lead Line Pony Rides • Pony Parties • Summer Riding Lessons and Workshops • Beginner Trail Rides • Horse Rentals • Group Trail Rides and Hayrides • Spring Junior Horse ShowRead More
The grounds of Natirar offer possibilities limited only by your imagination. Every season brings a new adventure on the 500 acre estate: winter is perfect for cross-country skiing on the trails; the spring air welcomes a hike or jog; summer brings out the fishing poles in the hunt for trout hiding in the North Branch of the Raritan River; round Learn More …Read More
Neshanic Valley Golf Course is the flagship public facility of the five-course Somerset County Park Commission System. The 27-hole championship course, nine-hole Academy Course, the Learning Center, and the Callaway Golf Performance Center were designed to accommodate the needs of golfers of all abilities. Designed by Hurdzan/Fry, the course covers 350 acres of rolling Branchburg, New Jersey farmland. The 12,000 Learn More …Read More
North Branch Greenway Park is a nine acre tract located on Milltown Road in Bridgewater, offering a lighted in-line skating rink, a basketball court, and an open play field. Access to fishing locations on the North Branch of the Raritan River is also provided.Read More
Located in Bridgewater Township, North Branch Park is the home of the Somerset County Park Commission administrative offices. This 194 acre park, acquired in 1961, offers nearly a mile of frontage along the North Branch of the Raritan River. In addition to being the host location of the annual 4H Fair, the park is used extensively for major exhibits, shows, Learn More …Read More